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Scientific American

Jellyfish Caught Snoozing Give Clues to Origin of Sleep
Scientific American
The purpose and evolutionary origins of sleep are among the biggest mysteries in neuroscience. Every complex animal, from the humblest fruit fly to the largest blue whale, sleeps—yet scientists can't explain why any organism would leave itself ...
Even Without a Brain, Jellyfish Still Need to SleepSmithsonian
Even Jellyfish SleepThe Atlantic
Do All Animals Sleep? Brainless Jellyfish Still Need Rest, Study FindsNewsweek
Washington Post -New York Times -Inverse -Caltech
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USA TODAY

Sleep problems: How to use tech to get a good night's rest
USA TODAY
Most of us know about “circadian rhythms” and the “sleep cycle.” We have a basic idea of REM, and know it's not best to wake up during a “deep sleep.” But all of ...

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New York Times

Technology Used to Track Players' Steps Now Charts Their Sleep, Too
New York Times
Sleep is tracked to understand how a player recovers — and to nudge him to recover more. Accelerometers tell coaches how quickly a defensive back gets to the line of scrimmage. Most top teams seem to be doing something, but the technology is no longer ...



Newsweek

US Navy Orders Sailors to Get More Sleep After Recent Collisions
Newsweek
The U.S. military is concerned its sailors are getting so little sleep on deployment that they're rendered as unfit for work as if they were drunk. A new directive by the head of Naval Surface Forces and obtained by Stars and Stripes demands that naval ...
US Navy Creates New Sleep, Watch Rules After Fatal Ship CollisionsOne America News Network (press release)

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The Economist (blog)

Sleep pods are becoming increasingly common at airports
The Economist (blog)
IN THEORY, overnight air travel should be wonderfully convenient. Instead of booking a hotel for the night and losing a day, travellers simply sleep while they fly.
Several sleep pod companies compete for airport space - SFGateSFGate

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Philly.com

Undiagnosed sleep apnea caused 2 NYC train crashes. Could you ...
Philly.com
The disorder often goes undiagnosed because it can't be detected during routine doctor visits or by a blood test. - Mari A. Schaefer, Philadelphia Inquirer and ...
Middlesex Hospital: Sleep Apnea | WTNH Connecticut NewsWTNH Connecticut News (press release)
Sleeping better, five years later - StarTribune.comMinneapolis Star Tribune

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Huffington Post Canada

Exercise And Sleep Can Turn The Page On Student Pressure
Huffington Post Canada
The sad irony is that getting more exercise and sleep could also improve smarts and grades. A large body of research has shown that physical activity can improve memory, attention span, concentration and creativity. A U.S. study has shown that exercise ...



Philly.com

Strange but true: Sleep deprivation can help depression. Penn scientists want to know why
Philly.com
Scientists have been studying sleep deprivation and depression ever since. A University of Pennsylvania research team has brought the data up to the present with a new meta-analysis — a study that pools data from other people's studies — of the last ...
Sleep deprivation might be the antidote for depression | New York PostNew York Post
Sleep deprivation could temporarily CURE depression for half of patients, surprising study findsDaily Mail
Penn study confirms anti-depressant effects of sleep deprivationPhillyVoice.com
Well+Good -New Atlas -Monthly Prescribing Reference (registration)
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How to Get a Better Night's Sleep for an Improved Mood and Productive Day
Inside Edition
“The more consistently you go to sleep, and more specifically, the more consistently you wake up, the better off your quality of sleep is and the better off your quantity of sleep is,” Dr. Breus said. “So, if you wake up at 6:30 in the morning during ...

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New survey reveals the most sleep-deprived majors of 2017
The Tab
Animal Science is the major with the most sleep-deprived students in America, according to a new survey, as they sleep just 4.9 hours per night. And notoriously tough majors like Architecture, Biochemistry and Engineering all sleep around just six ...


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